Reader Parenting Tips for New Moms and Dads

I’ve always said being a first-time parent is like sleep walking – you have no idea where you’re going, what’s coming next or can even see straight as you bump and trip over things. It ain’t easy! You can read all the books in the world and so-called expert advice, but sometimes it means squat […]

Catering to Children is a Huge Missed-Business Opportunity

I feel like we live in a world that discriminates against children. I think that every time I leave the house these days and tonight, on a date with my husband, it really got to me in a way that surprised me. We were eating dinner at Outback sitting next to a table with a […]

For the Kids: A Video Watching Chart

Download my FREE video chart – one for a boy and a girl – to create some peace in your household when it comes to TV and computer usage. TV and YouTube video watching can become a battlefield in our household, as we struggle to help Gabriel understand that we only allow him to watch […]

Our Free Favorite Rainy Day Activities (for Kids)

Ugh…it’s rainy and cold outside. Winters can be long and cold here in¬†Pennsylvania, and I have had to get more creative with fun activities for my toddler, Gabriel, since he isn’t interested in crafts at all and needs physical and tactile¬†activities. Maybe he will like them more as he gets older (he’s just 2 1/2 […]